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. it needs a new administrator. he may not have noticed. lisa jackson, the controversial head of the epa resigned in december. apparently in part over allegations that she was using an alias e-mail account to conduct official business, business that she wanted set apparently hide om the prying eyes of congress. not exactly transparency, is it? and the freedom of information act, the freedom of affirmation act, it is tough to claim it. this is the most transparent administration in history when a recent study found a 28% increase in lawsuits under this president. in lawsuits against the state department alone have more than doubled. transparency? like essay. i am very impressed by this president. he mentions mr. locks, too. log spirit to adjust all the locks. visitor locks. and he was talking about how everybody knows was going on. in that the liberal chad the left-wing website politico says obama's aides are still holding meetings with lobbyists. i guess they're just being held in a separate complex of the white house grounds to avoid public scrutiny in the oversight of congress. he left
's primary election for the seat vacated by former democratic congressman jesse jackson jr. bloomberg super pak pouring more than $2 million into the race because the chief rival, former congresswoman devi albers and opposes assault weapons ban. buying for, heavily democratic. just being in chicago, for example, will be something virtually assuring that there will when the general election. taxes crushing rest of the country in a new study. the ten best cities for good jobs in job creation. the forbes list takes into account the unemployment rate and employment growth, per-capita income, and income growth. coming in tenth, salt lake city followed by san francisco, denver, obama's city, and san antonio. the top five are seattle, for worth, austin, seven to get the idea. five of the ten best cities for jobs in this country are all in texas. well, several -- civil rights pioneer rosa parks making history. congressional leaders today unveiling a statue making her the first black woman to be honored with a full-length statue in the capitol hill said--- sanctuary, a 9-foot statue shows her in a s
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